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I highly recommend that this book be a must read for all young dancers in the performing arts schools.
19 year-old Hannah Ward has given up most of her childhood in pursuit of her dreams... a spot in the corps de ballet of the famous Manhattan Ballet Company.
For me, it was just the little things that Hannah talked about that gave me this insider perspective that really made the book special.
I've heard mixed reviews of this young adult novel, but because I was a dancer growing up I was really interested in reading a book featuring a ballerina. Read more
Sophie Flack having lived the life of a Bunhead provides the reader with a realistic peek into the life of a professional ballerina. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Woodstock68
I wanted to like this novel, but most of the time I found it lacked rythm and it dragged. I had read an interview with Sophie Flack about the end of her dancing career and it got... Read morePublished 5 months ago by tomatomozzarella
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I was surprised by this book. Read more
Really enjoyed reading this book. The realities are that these are strong girls in a difficult environment. A good first book by someone who has been there!Published 8 months ago by jane davidson
is my critique of this book. The subject matter is good but the writing style is for a young person. I quit after the second chapter.Published 12 months ago by Petey